Source for Marlin Fuel tanks

hinmo

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Does anyone have any recent experience buying and installing tanks on a older Marlin (1999). I may attempt it this off-season.

I tried searching and got alot of results but not a direct hit.

Sources for tanks?

Thanks
 

Ky Grady

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Check with FMT, Florida Marine Tank in Henderson NC, they were the original supplier for my '04 Seafarer and are still building tanks for Grady. I bought my auxiliary tank from them last winter, I'll be getting my new main tank from them this winter. Some guys have outsourced their replacement tanks from other places and they seem to be satisfied. I'll stick with original supplier, less chance for an issue.
 

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You can get a quote from Atlantic Coastal Welding in Bayville NJ. They build custom and to spec tanks and may have the specs for yours on file. They will ship to you (it's expensive) but their work is top notch. Their web address is https://speedytanks.com/
 

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Patriot Marine Fabricating in New Jersey. Very pleased with my new Seafarer tank and price was competitive. (609) 693-5542
 

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I had to replace a tank on a previous boat(non-grady). Florida marine tank was the OEM. I gave them the boat and tank info and they sent out the tank. I had talked to a couple of other tank manufactures, after needing specific measurements and needing a non standard size tank, it was just easier and quicker to go through FMT.
 
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